AMD Ryzen 7 5700X3D 8-core CPU Now Available For Just $205

Released on February 1st, the Ryzen 7 5700X3D offers a more affordable option compared to the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, which is presently the top gaming processor for the AMD AM4 socket. The 5700X3D features the same 8-core setup and Zen 3 architecture as the 5800X3D. However, its maximum clock speed is 400 MHz lower at 4.1 GHz, and it lacks straightforward overclocking capabilities.

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Despite this, the 5700X3D is considered the second-best CPU for gaming on AMD’s older platform. It is significantly more affordable than the 5800X3D, which is priced at around $300 currently. Several US retailers have reduced the price of the 5700X3D to $204.99, making it $44 cheaper than it was three months ago.

AMD has introduced three X3D processors for the AM4 socket: the 5800X3D, 5700X3D, and 5600X. Although there were speculations regarding a possible release of the 5500X3D, there is currently no evidence of such a CPU, suggesting that AMD might have concluded its X3D releases for the AM4 socket.


In the meantime, the AM5 series has introduced three models: the 7950X3D, 7900X3D, and 7800X3D, with the 7800X3D being hailed as the top AMD CPU for gaming. Presently priced at $345, this model will necessitate an upgrade to a newer motherboard and faster DDR5 memory. On the other hand, the AM4 series presents an ideal option for current AM4 systems to undergo a modest and budget-friendly upgrade without the need for overclocking.

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